Al Hilal has waived Jang Hyun-soo’s contract. Jang will be free to find a team after his recovery.
According to Middle Eastern media outlet Al Arabiya, Al Hilal has decided not to re-sign Jang Hyun-soo, whose contract expires in June 2023. Al Hilal, which signed Jang to a one-year contract extension last summer, had initially considered re-signing him at the end of the 2022-2023 season 먹튀검증.
However, after Jang left the team after being diagnosed with a benign tumor in his lymph nodes, the club decided not to re-sign him after a complete review. As a result, Jang will be able to sit at the negotiating table with multiple teams without restrictions once he recovers from his injury.
However, Al Hilal will fully fund Jang’s treatment for a benign lymph node tumor in South Korea to ensure he is healthy enough to return to the pitch, taking into consideration his dedication to the club.
Jang made his professional debut with FC Tokyo in 2012 and played for Guangzhou Puri-FC Tokyo before joining Al Hilal in 2019. He has made 129 official appearances for Al Hilal, scoring five goals. In total, he has won eight trophies in Al-Hilal’s colors, including two AFC Champions League titles and three consecutive Saudi Professional League titles.